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re·viv·i·fi·ca·tion

(rē-viv'i-fi-kā'shŭn),
1. Renewal of life and strength. Synonym(s): revivescence
2. Refreshening the edges of a wound by paring or scraping to promote healing. Synonym(s): vivification
[L. re-, again, + vivo, to live, + facio, to make]

re·viv·i·fi·ca·tion

(rē-viv'i-fi-kā'shŭn)
1. Renewal of life and strength.
2. Refreshening the edges of a wound by paring or scraping to promote healing.
Synonym(s): vivification.
[L. re-, again, + vivo, to live, + facio, to make]

vivification

(vĭv″ĭ-fĭ-kā′shŭn) [″ + facere, to make]
1. Trimming of the surface layer of a wound to aid the union of tissues.
2. Transformation of protein through assimilation into the living matter of cellular organisms.

vivification

conversion of lifeless into living protein matter by assimilation.
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Von Mucke analyzes the three-dimensional vivification of the arabesque in "Ligeia" as a form of cultural anxiety.
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My study, however, does not presuppose a female reader; rather, I assume that the vivification devices are potentially effective for male and female readers.
My point is to isolate within my own tradition an opening to the expansion and vivification of imagination and conscience needed to turn the resources of this particular tradition toward its most humane and global expression.